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In Taos, the Red River and Río Grande provide the backbone of our community.Even when we are not rafting, fishing, or drawing its water flows to our taps for drinking. These rivers bind us … more
We obviously have a problem in our country because too many of us look at guns as yet another manifestation of our precious freedoms.Guns, however, are lethal instruments, capable of taking human … more
A road can divide a community, but our little road guides us to our neighbors for a friendly cup of coffee, holds up the fragile feet of our elders, makes a smooth way for healthy bicyclers, shows … more
Although the 2018 legislative session has ended and campaign season has begun in earnest, the legislature’s work is not done yet. more
Over the past few weeks, the topic of discussion seems to be centered around the most recent school violence, the shooting in Florida that recently captured everyone’s attention as well as … more
In pursuit of this goal, one might ask the following question: What is America's greatest export? Is it oil and gas? Is it weapons of war? Is it technology? Is it capitalism? Or what other tangible thing? It is none of the above. Our greatest export is, and has been for many decades, our democracy. more
We can end the war on the poor and return to fighting the evil of poverty. We can end racism and white privilege and choose instead to heal and come together. more
In South Africa in the 1990s, white rhinos were disappearing, being murdered not by human poachers but by young male elephants gone berserk.The perpetrators, it turned out, were mostly orphaned, left … more
Dear Taos: I am writing to add my voice to the #MeToo movement. My name is William Beeson, I am 67 years old and I am autistic; I carry the diagnosis of Asberger’s syndrome. more
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